MADRID, 7 Jul. (Portaltic/EP) –

The application for collaborative work and video calls Microsoft Teams will allow meetings between two people using the ‘Together Mode’, that places them in the same environment and that until now requires a minimum of five users.

Microsoft announced last year the virtual rooms of the ‘Together Mode’, with which it sought to reduce the fatigue derived from video calls incorporating participants in the same virtual fund, up to a maximum of 50 people.

Until now it is necessary that at least five people are connected to a call, but Microsoft is preparing the possibility that fewer users, even just two, can start a video call in ‘Together Mode’, as blogger Amanda Sterner has reported via Twitter.

The new function is enabled at the moment only in Microsoft Teams developer mode, and it is not yet available in the stable version of the Microsoft application.



By Editor

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